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nasa/jpl photo - el nino september 1997 - nasa does not endorse private websites

white denotes warmest water and highest sea level

purple shows coolest water and lowest sea level



El Nino Patterns

Warm Water Eastern Pacific

     The following patterns are associated with El Nino events..

Uploaded Oct 24, 2021

1997-98 EL NINO

Dec 1, 1997 Depicted

    Note the precise symmetric angles associated this very strong episode. Saturn and Uranus were symmetrically opposed relative to the Antares-Aldebaran backbone. Further, it appears that Uranus' gravitational energy may have been reinforced with that of both Jupiter and Neptune. The J-U angle was 10.9 degrees while the N-U angle was 7.8 degrees. It is proposed that gravitational vector addition was at work in this case with the effect that Uranus' energy was enhanced with the Jupiter and Neptune symmetric pattern.




Uploaded Nov 7, 2021

1925-26 El Nino

Very Strong Episode

    Uranus & Neptune form a clear symmetric pattern with the Antares-Aldebaran backbone. Saturn and Uranus form a symmetric vector offset with Pollux during this very strong El Nino episode.



Uploaded Oct 24, 2021

1911-12  EL NINO

Dec 15, 1911 Depicted

    Note the Saturn-Regulus, Spica-Alhena overlapping precise symmetry associated with this strong El Nino episode. There is also adjacent symmetry to the Saturn-Regulus angle. The Saturn-Uranus angle of 106.8 degrees roughly matches the Saturn-Regulus angle of 104.4 degrees. Please recall that the bond angle of water is 104.5 degrees. So these astronomical angles could have a potent effect on the water molecule - either airborne or in the ocean.


Uploaded 2022-05-28

1876-78 El Nino & 1876 Indian Monsoon Failure

    Note the astronomical angles which approximate the bond angle of water - 104.5 degrees. First there is Spica-Alhena with a constant 104.4 degree angular separation. Second  there is Uranus-Neptune with 102.6 degrees in the Northern Celestial Hemisphere. Third there is Jupiter-Saturn with 104.8 degrees which occurred just at the time of the 1876 Indian monsoon failure.

     The monsoon depends on a gradient between Low Pressure over land and High Pressure over the water. The resultant wind blows to land and carries the moisture which then precipitates.

    If the large planets are at an angle which approximates that of water - 104.5 degrees - then the water would heat up more than usual. When that happens the High Pressure Zone associated with cool water then loses some pressure and doesn't blow as much moisture toward the land.



Uploaded Oct 27, 2021

1876-78 El Nino

     This is a geocentric or Earth-centered view of the Ecliptic plane viewed from the North. The Saturn symmetry with Regulus persists from April 1877 to March 1878. Saturn goes from Prograde to Stationary to Retrograde to Stationary to Prograde status during this time and hovers at about the same point in the sky.




1877-78 El Nino

     This is a sun-centered, or heliocentric view, of the solar system. note the fairly long-term subpattern of saturn opposite uranus-regulus. this pattern can persist for several months because saturn goes through the sky about 1 degree per month.
      jupiter, neptune and alhena also compose a subpattern symmetric with the backbone of antares-aldebaran. alhena-antares is a constant 148.6 degrees. neptune-antares on this date is 147.6 and jupiter-aldebaran is 146.8.

     the reverse k pattern formed by jupiter and neptune would have been short-lived, since jupiter goes through the sky about 2.5 degrees per month. however, the “bird’s foot” subpattern composed of antares, alhena, aldebaran and neptune would have persisted well into this el nino episode.


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1925-26 El Nino

    This is a sun-centered, or heliocentric view of the solar system.
uranus and neptune form a long-term symmetric pattern with the stellar backbone composed of antares and aldebaran. temporarily, jupiter and saturn have the same angular separation.






1982-83 El Nino repeat pattern

     This is an earth-centered, or geocentric view of the solar system. Note the same large planet- 3-star subpattern is repeated within this extreme el nino event. In august 1982, jupiter completes the subpattern. in march 1983, after some movement has occurred, it is now saturn’s turn to complete the subpattern.


La Nina

Warm Water Western Pacific


nasa/jpl photo - la nina november 1998 - nasa does not endorse private websites

white denotes warmest water and highest sea level

purple shows coolest water and lowest sea level


Uploaded Nov 7, 2021

1904 La Nina

Jan-Apr 1904

    Saturn and Neptune set up a symmetric vector offset with Spica during this La Nina episode. Simultaneously Saturn and Uranus set up the same scenario with Pollux. So both the Spica and Pollux axes - the legs of the stellar K pattern - are intensified during this episode.



four-month 1904 la nina episode

early 1904






249 year central us drought cycle &

249 year central us rain cycle


1470-year climate cycle (1)

shows large planet

half/whole cycles

     (1)  p5-6

the physical evidence of earth's unstoppable 1500-year climate cycle, s fred singer, dennis t avery, article from book by authors, ncpa policy report no. 279, sept 2005, isbn #1-56808-149-9, national center for policy analysis, dallas, tx, authors reference this author/article:

gerard bond et al., “a pervasive millennial-scale cycle in north atlantic holocene and glacial climates,” science, vol. 278, no. 5341, november 14, 1997, pages 1257–1266.



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